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Resistance to potato virus Y (PVY) in tomato


, : Resistance to potato virus Y (PVY) in tomato. Annales du Tabac Section 2 ( 27): 17-23

An evaluation was made of the pathogenicity of 24 isolates of potato Y potyvirus (PYV) from different geographical and host origins to 3 tomato genotypes: Lycopersicon hirsutum PI 247087 and PI 134417, and cultivar Momor. PI 247087 was resistant to all the isolates tested: the virus could not be detected in inoculated leaves by ELISA or by a bioassay. In contrast, Momor and PI 134417 were susceptible to all the isolates tested.

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